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|Thu, 04-17-2003 - 2:49pm|
My husband and I have encountered a moral dilemma. His parents gave us a car for free back in October because they were buying a new one and we only had one car at the time. So we accepted the car and got the title transferred. Lately, my husband has been mentioning that he wants to go back to having one car to save money and to simplify things. Fine with me. Selling the car would probably give us about $4000 and help us to pay off some credit cards. Besides the car just passed 100,000 miles and we don't have the money to repair major things that will be breaking soon. Everyone that I have talked to said that its your car, do what you want with it, they gave it to you. My husband called his parents the other night to see what they thought about us selling it. His mom said well its your car, but then turns to his Dad and asks "Do you want your car back?" (For free of course!) We want to get rid of the car, but at least make some money off of it because we have poured some money into it with repairs and maintenance (and it is OURS now!). All I can think is the phrase "Indian Giver", we don't know what to do, would love to have some extra money right now to help out, but don't want to burn a huge bridge! What do we do?!!!!